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Don Manuel Armijo could not but hope that his efforts at rebellion, already so
successful, must bring him the governorship. But the meeting elected Jose
Gonzales, the northern leader— "a good honest hunter, but a very ignorant man,"
as a ...
The counterpronounce- ment went on to declare that "no one shall be molested
in their property or privileges; if they have any," and that an armed force was to be
raised under the command of Don Manuel Armijo. Further, the pueblo Indians ...
"How do you do, my colleague," replied Don Manuel Armijo, and added, "
Confess yourself, my colleague,"— for Chaplain of Dragoons Antonio Josú
Martinez was present to hear the ex-Governor's confession. Don Manuel Armijo
then turned ...
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A leisurely, comprehensive, and novelistic history of New Mexico and Texas from the earliest times up to the Mexican revolution. Some of the observations of national character are outdated, but these are obvious and more than made up for by passages of beautiful prose and brilliant storytelling. Read full review
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